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PowerPoint time line/milestone chart

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Does powerpoint have a feature like ms project that will display a time line or milestone chart?  I don't need all of the data (critical path etc.) just the bar chart plotting a time line
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If you have MS Project, import it, but take care of the following points:

PPT97: Columns or Rows Missing from Inserted Gantt Chart
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q189/9/34.ASP

If you do not have MS Project or do not want to use this big gun, try the following, provided you have Excel 97:

http://www.pcworld.com/software/spreadsheet/articles/dec97/1512p386.html


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